Daily Market Review
  • Wall Street Continues Its Rally

    Wall Street gained for the sixth consecutive week as economic data sailed past forecasts and shares of financial companies rose with higher bond yields. So, strong were signals on growth in the U.S. and beyond that investors were left almost completely unfazed by the surging odds of a Federal Reserve interest rate increase, as the […]

  • Snap IPO In Play

    The Dow raced to a 303-point gain Wednesday to start the month – its best showing since the day before Donald Trump was elected president – it looks like the stock market gods are once again looking over the Dow. Wednesday’s gains followed the president’s address to Congress Tuesday night, an upbeat speech that was […]

  • Dow Rocks 21000

    The Dow Jones soared past 21,000 for the first time, the dollar jumped the most in six weeks and Treasuries fell as investors grew increasingly confident global economic growth is accelerating, clearing the path for higher interest rates in America. Banks led gains among equities, with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. […]

  • Will February Go Out Like A Lamb Or A Lion

    The Wall Street Journal said it best today, Lucky 13. That is the history-setting mark the Dow Jones is on track to hit, after finishing an all-time high for the 12th-straight session on Monday. Ending in the green on today for the Dow would mark its 13th-straight record close—representing the longest such record streak in […]

  • Trump Speaks To Congress

    European equities showed minor losses in an uneventful trading session. US stock markets were nearly unchanged anticipating today’s speech by US President Trump. The European Commission’s EMU economic sentiment indicator inched up in February from 107.9 to 108.0 (vs 108.1 expected), the highest level since March 2011, thanks to more optimism in industry and the services […]

  • Traders Prepare For A New Month

    Wall Street fell on Friday, putting the Dow on track to end its record-setting streak as investors found few catalysts to pushing shares higher following 10 straight positive sessions. The Dow Jones fell 43 points, or 0.2%, to 20,771. On Thursday, the blue-chip average posted its 10th straight gain in a row, as well as […]

  • French Elections Keep Markets On Edge

    Global stocks are modestly higher after a mixed Wednesday session that saw another record close for the Dow, declines for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq, and little reaction to the minutes of the most recent Fed policy meeting. Investors are waiting for updates on tax reform from Washington and further indications of whether the Fed […]

  • Saudi Aramco IPO Could Be Set Company Value at 2 Trillion Dollars

    Global stocks hit record highs on Wednesday, pushing gains for the year above those for all of 2016, while the dollar rose before Federal Reserve minutes that will be scoured for clues on the timing of the next U.S. interest rate rise. European shares followed Asian bourses higher, buoyed by all main indexes on Wall […]

  • Apple Continues To Amaze

    The market is all a buzz after Apple’s stock hit a new all-time high. Shares of Apple gained 0.6% in early trading Tuesday, putting it on track to open at a record high, after an upbeat research note from Morgan Stanley, which cited optimism over China sales. The stock was changing hands at $136.50 ahead […]

  • Brexit Continues To Stress The UK

    Wall Street was shuttered in celebration of Presidents Day. All U.S. banks and financial markets were closed giving investors a chance to consider impressive stock gains so far, this year. European stocks scored modest gains Monday, led higher by jumps for Royal Bank of Scotland, Rolls-Royce and furniture seller Steinhoff International. The FTSE 100 was […]

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